Video: Airplane wedding with 130 guests in the midst of an epidemic. world

Video: Airplane wedding with 130 guests in the midst of an epidemic.  world
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Couple did not respect measures of social isolation

Kovid-19 amidst the worst moment of pandemic India
Chartered A Couple, A Aeroplane
To celebrate a wedding which was attended by 130 guests.

Union photos and videos shared on social networks and show the corridor of a crowded plane, not respecting measures of social isolation. In front of the recording, it is possible to see the bride and groom performing the ceremony, which was held in the state of Tamil Nadu, with a flight from the city of Madurai and bound for Thoothukudi.

According to the newspaper India today
, The bride and groom Rakesh and Deekshana said they performed COVID-19
On all guests before hiring a plane. A private ceremony was held last week, but the couple decided to hire air transport to celebrate their union with family and friends.

In a note to the Khaleej Times website, the director of the airport from which the plane departed said that the officials were unaware that A. wedding
Transportation will be done. In addition, airline SpiceJet stated that the Boeing 737 was booked with knowledge of the customer’s security protocol. The company stated, “The client was clearly informed of following Kovid’s guidelines and was denied permission to perform any activities on the board.”

Through a note to the government agency DGCA (General Directorate of Civil Aviation), Asian News International
, Beginning investigations with airline and airport officials.

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Kovid-19 was the third country to hit 300,000 dead points, which is already adding more than 303,000 deaths.

. According to the Indian Ministry of Health, the country has recorded 4,454 deaths from the disease in the last 24 hours alone.

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